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  • From the Heart of Regis Jesuit

    Inspire & Ignite is a weekly blog published during the school year that is designed to share the stories of the mission and community in action at Regis Jesuit High School—what gives us wings and what impassions us in the service of God.

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  • DELIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL

    When I signed up months ago to write for this week’s Inspire & Ignite, I had planned to reflect on the emergence of springtime sights and sounds and wax philosophically with metaphors about nature, spirituality, the coming Easter season and beautiful end-of-the-year events beginning all around campus. I never expected to be reaching out to you from our new world of social distancing and online learning. While our present circumstances are far less than ideal, and we are all longing for a simpler, more predictable time, the eternal optimist in me insists there is still plenty to delight in. This is what I’ve been thinking about lately: delight.
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  • Kris Bauer '15

    DIVERSITY DAY'S DEEP IMPACT

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Following the Diversity Day Conference held earlier this week, two Great Raiders from the Class of 2015, Kris Bauer and Nick Tyng, reflect on the lasting impact Diversity Day has had on them. 
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  • WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR?

    Next week, our students will engage with our 15th Diversity Day Conference in which they will have the opportunity to explore a range of topics that they may not encounter within our core curriculum. Fundamentally rooted in the call of the Gospel to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves (MT 22:36-40), the day presents an opportunity to stretch our students’ notions of the breadth of who our neighbors are.
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  • COMMITTED TO OUR COMMON HOME

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Lily Haugan ‘20 and Liam Grove ’21, both members of Regis Jesuit’s Environmental Club, share reflections and a call to action to care for our Common Home, one of the four Universal Apostolic Preferences of the Society of Jesus. As mentioned in this blog last week by Jimmy Tricco, Regis Jesuit is focusing efforts during Lent and beyond to a deeper commitment to this preference.
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  • ECHOING THE CANTICLE OF BROTHER SUN AND SISTER MOON

    Whether we are about to welcome incoming community members to New Raider Night or invite our seniors to create their Capstone projects, we focus our attention on Regis Jesuit’s mission and vision. The vision for all Jesuit schools is the profile of the Graduate at Graduation (Grad at Grad), five characteristics we desire for all of our students to possess when they cross the stage at graduation: Open to Growth, Intellectually Competent, Religious, Loving and Committed to Doing Justice.

    In partnership with Pope Francis, the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) called all of our apostolates to a deeper commitment to justice in the Universal Apostolic Preferences released last year. The four apostolic preferences include showing the way to God through the Spiritual Exercises, walking with the poor and outcasts whose dignity has been violated, accompanying young people in the creation of a hope-filled future and care for our common home, which is collaboration for the protection and renewal of God’s creation.
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About the Blog

The blog features a post from the President's Office on the first Friday, one from the Mission, Ministry & Diversity team on the second and one from the Principal's Office on the third Friday of each month. The other Fridays feature posts from students and guest bloggers.

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